This article focuses on one based on break-even
analysis which tells a company when it will start earning a profit.
Dubai: A decline in budget break-even
oil prices across the GCC countries in recent years is expected to give regional governments the ability to rein in potential future deficits and bring about fiscal stability at a time oil prices are expected to remain subdued for a long time.
Chief officer Carol McKenna said while NHS England was 'not happy' that the CCG planned to break even - rather than deliver a surplus - a break-even
would still be a 'major challenge.
Mark White, director of finance at NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, said: "While we're currently overspent against our budget, we are projecting break-even
These wishful thinkers are price hawks depending on conventional oil and natural gas; for them, however, the break-even
price of the crude oil they export must not be lower than the $120-140/b range.
In a statement, the bank said, 'We will be able to hit a monthly break-even
by next year.
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A fall in oil prices would push many PGCC countries perilously close to their break-even
prices," said the report, which was produced by the Centre for Economics and Business Research.
Meanwhile, Moody s Investors Service in its latest MENA sovereign outlook report said that Oman s fiscal break-even
oil price is the second highest in the GCC after Bahrain, and is on an upward trend.
The IMF said the oil price needed for budgetary break-even
is now higher than the expected price for oil in 2014.
sales is a great starting point.
Manchester United and Arsenal have been pushing for a pure break-even
system similar to UEFA's financial fair play scheme for clubs in European competition.